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Stolen presidential BMW returned to Kenya

05, Sep 2014

The stolen police BMW that was attached to the presidential escort fleet has been returned to Kenya. The vehicle escorted under tight security now sits at the criminal investigations department at the Nairobi area police station. The vehicle was recovered in Uganda . Flying squad boss Munga Nyale says they had no choice but negotiate for the release of the vehicle…four suspects have already been apprehended and will be arraigned in court on Monday over the theft of the presidential escort vehicle…Nyale says the Kenyans are allegedly running a car theft syndicate with their Ugandan counterparts…nonetheless he absolved the Nakuru mechanic saying he was not involved in tampering with the presidential escort car…the state has dropped charges that had been levelled against the mechanic…but he might face charges of handling a vehicle stolen by the same gang that was behind the disappearance of the police escort BMW…the vehicle registration number had already been changed and it was bearing a

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